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she was 22. very early 20's. she met my dad and los angeles. they got married and had made. my father passed away a couple is ago. my mother is still in los angeles. host: let's go back to the documentary. this section is oil for food programs. >> i do not know what i am missing. why was a stop not put to it when they saw there was corruption? >> we were talking about a mismanaged operation. they were not on speaking terms. when issues came up, it is used that there was a kickback mechanism, it would be easy for these things to get stuck in the system. >> i have little to no doubt the failure to move aggressively to clean up the program was because there was enough money so the cleanup never occurred. >> any resignations? >> i do not think anyone will resign. >> they think it is time for someone to step down? >> no. >> and no one has gone to jail. no one has been fired for the biggest scam in the history of humanitarian relief. >> why would anybody resign? host: who is the gentleman you were first talking to? guest: he was one of the first whistle-blowers on the food program. he worke
. host: where were you born? guest: los angeles. host: how long have you been in new york city? guest: i think 17 years. host: where did you go to college? guest: usc, university of southern california. host: when did mom come from israeli? i assume she's an israeli citizen and you are too. guest: technically. in fact i'm supposed to travel on an israeli passport but i don't have one. so my mom moved to the united states, i believe, when she was 22, or very early 20s. met my dad in los angeles, got married, had me. host: are they still out there? guest: my father passed away a couple of years ago, my mother is in los angeles, although we're trying desperately to get her to move to new york. hose host let's go back to the documentary, this is the oil-for-food program scandal. let's watch. >> i don't want to miss it here. why was a stop not put to it when they immediately saw corruption and it had the opposite effect they intended to do. >> we're talking about the mountain of the operation, our senior managers were not on speaking terms with each other so when issues like that came up, iss
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